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Determine the Fourier Transform of the two signals found at the bottom of page 61 in
Roberts (2nd Edition). Note that each of the transforms G ( f ) , or G ( j ) must be determined
by use of the tables and properties. Using the formula and evaluating the integral is not
acceptable. Note that the signal on the right is a sine function over one cycle only. Make
sure to write it correctly. Use MATLAB to plot the magnitude and phase as a function of
frequency of each of the Fourier Transforms determined.
2. Determine and plot the Fourier Transform of the signal shown at the top of page 70 in
Roberts, 2nd Edition. For this problem, a sketch (not using MATLAB) is acceptable.
3. Determine the Fourier Transform of the DISCRETE TIME signal diagramed at the top of
page 112 in Roberts. Assume that outside the time interval over which the signal has been
drawn, g[n] is zero.
4. For the system of Problem 15 in Chapter 5 in Roberts (page 205), change the minus sign
following the 0.1 scalar multiplier into a plus sign, and also change that value of 0.1 to 0.6..
Then show that the impulse response of the system is h(t ) 2.5(e 0.1t e 0.5t )u (t ) . It is OK to
show this by plugging the given impulse response into the differential equation of the system
and showing that it satisfies the differential equation. Obtain the transfer function of the
system. Plot the magnitude and phase of the transfer function as a function of frequency.
What type of filter does the system appear to implement? Use Fourier Transforms to obtain
the output of the system when the input is x(t ) te t u (t ) . Use MATLAB to plot the output of
the system as a function of time.
5. For the system of Figure E.22, page 207 in Roberts, (page 207, problem 22), treat it as a
cascade of two systems where the first system output feeds into the second system (second
adder). Lets call it the left system and the right system. Write the difference equation for
each of the two systems and obtain by recursion the unit sample sequence response (unit
impulse response) of each system. Obtain the entire system impulse response by convolving
the impulse response of the left system with that of the right system. Determine the transfer
function of the system. Plot its magnitude and phase as a function of frequency and state
what kind of filter the system implements. Use the DTFT to determine the system output
when the input is x[n] (0.25)n u[n ]
6. Use Fourier Transforms to evaluate the convolution sinc(t / 2) sinc 2 (t / 2)

7. Obtain the DTFT of the periodic signal of Prob. 2 in HW. #4.

8. Determine the minimum sampling rate required to represent the signal


x(t ) sinc 2 (100t ) cos(2 50t ) defined for t in terms of its samples.
9. Determine the minimum sampling rate required to represent the signal
x[ n] sin(0.1 n) cos(0.75 n) defined for n 0, 1, 2, L in terms of its samples.

This the first two questions from the last HW( to solve # 7 )
If you want there solutions I can send it for you

1. For the periodic DT signal shown above, set N1 3 , N 0 12 and assume that the smallest
amplitude in xN0 [n] is 0.5, the next highest is 1, the one above that is 1.5 and the tallest (the
one at n 0 ) is 2. Determine the exponential Fourier Series coefficients of the periodic
waveform and plot their magnitude and phase so as to indicate which frequency components
are the most significant ones. Use the analytical formula for the coefficients and MATLAB
to regenerate the periodic signal and plot it over at least three periods (one to the left of the
origin and one to the right of the origin as a minimum.
2. Repeat Problem 1 above but this time for the periodic DT signal shown below where the
period and the amplitudes can easily be determined from the diagram.